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I ' THE, StJN, SATURDAY, JANUARY 31, 19?0.
LABOR FINDS IRISH
WANT A REPUBLIC
Henderson Hcnnl Contempt
Only for Iloyd Gcorgo's
Homo Itulo Proposal.
CAKSON PREDICTS CRISIS
Sinn Fcincr Now' in Prison Is
Chosen io Bo' Lord Mayor
London, Jnn, 30. Ireland ! nlraont
unlverenlly oppoeed o tho Homo Itulo
proposal recently "advanced by Premier
Lloyd George, treatlnsr his plans with
llttlo short of contempt, nocordlnir to
Arthur Henderson, Hie lntjor leaaer.
upenklne on his roturn from Ireland
with the Labor party delegation which
made n ten day tour of Inspection nnd
Inquiry. Tho deBlre for nn Independent
rcpubllo was widespread and frankly
expressed, Mr. Henderson said.
Fir Udward Carson has written to tho
I'loter Unionist Council that when tho
new Irish Homo Itulo bill Is presented
Titter will bo confronted with tho most
tllfllcult nnd crltlcil situation that has
yet arisen, und tint It will bo fraught
with tiro gravest consequences. He
adds that ns soon na the .bill Is pub
lished ho will co to Ulster to confer with
nil classes on the question what It Is
bent to do, "having regard for tho prldo
wo feel In doing tho bust for tjia United
Kingdom and the Empire."
Dublin, Jan. 30, When the now Mu
nicipal Council, composed mostly of Sinn
Kelners, met for tho tlrst time to-day
It wns greeted with tho greatest en
thusiasm by hug crowds as the Repub
lican flail was hoisted on tho City Hall.
Among flio spectators within the hall
wero Mrs. Clark, widow of Thomas J.
Clark, ono of tho executed leaders of
tho Easter rebellion In 1910; Mrs. Mac
Urlde (Maud Donne) and Mrs. Wye
I'ower, who was elected a Municipal
Councillor, but was disqualified by the
Town Clerk because she refused to sign
the roll except In Gaelic.
Retiring Lord Mayor O'Neill proposed
Tom Kelly, Srnn Fein Member of Par
liament, who Is In Wormwood Scrubbs
prison, as his successor. Aldcrmnn Cos
Krove seconded the motion, .saying that
Kelly, behind prison bars as he was,
bad an easier Conscience "than tho pup
pots pirouetting nround tho Castle."
London, Jan. 30. At tho election of
ft Mayor In Dcrry, Ireland, to-day O'Do
he'rty. Nationalist, was chosen. 1 In Sllgo
a Sinn Felner was elected to tho Mayoralty.
TO SHOOT WORDS AS
GUN SHOOTS SHELLS
New Instrument Uses Rays of
London, Jan. 30. In a small room at
tho Imperial Colleso of Technology,
South Kensington. Trof. A. C. Itanklno
Is pqrfectlng an Instrument which shoots
messages as a gun shoots shells.
A person talking Into a trumpet at
tached to a minute mirror reflecting n
strong light can send a message to any
distance reached by tho light without
fear of tho words being Intercepted, It
la said. The words spoken can bo heard
distinctly half a mile away and ore
transmitted through projectors to an
electric battery attached to a piece of
telenlum fitted to on, ordinary telephone
receiver. The larger the . receiving bat
ter' tho greater dlstanco can the mes
sage be sent,
SUGAR PROFITEERING CHARGE.
'Seventeen 'Wholesale Grocers In
Chicago Aro Indicted,
Special Da(alch to The Bck.
Chicago, Jan. 30. Seventeen of tho
leading wholesale grocers of this city
were Indicted by tho Federal Grand
Jury to-day on charges of having made
Illegal gains by profiteering In susnr.
Tho Grand Jury returned Indictments
ngalnst twelve of the men to-day and
another Indictment naming Ave Individ
uals was suppressed for service. The
firms wero charged with conspiracy to
uso deceptive methods In the sale of
sugar. Others wero charged with ex
citing Improper profits.
RUSSIAN TRADE PLAN
Have Little Hope of Cooper
BlcM Cam Dfijxilf lo TUB Bl'N Irom the
London Ttmti Hirvict.
CopvrloM, 10M, all rlthf rtwnti.
London, Jan. 30,-rKttsslan trado ex
perts now In London heartily condemn
tho nlllod proposals of trado with litis
ela. Tho oxperts bound together by tho
association Include loading directors and
ownors of tho Ereater number of tho In
dustrial concerns and commercial enter
prises of Itussla. Thoy do not think It
posslbla that cooperruivo organnauunn
with which It Is proposed to open trado
rol.itlons will bo ublo to fulfil tha ex
tremely heavy task which Is Imposed
upon them. Cooperatives have nexcr
been moro than ft part, and not tho most
Important part ot that, of tho economic
machlno of Iiussla. Involution anil Bol
shevism havo not contributed to their
Furthermore, attempts to trado through
cooperatives, even In antl-Sovlet Russia,
havo not given the expected results,
nusslan commercial leaders bsllove that
public opinion can easily bo misled by
tho propagation of oxaggeratod hopes
relative to tho possibilities of nusslan
exports. In south Itussla thoro Is a
certain surplus of grain supplies, but
farmers will deliver tho.lr produco only
In immcdiatd barter against manufac
Should Urltlsh nnd American export
ers tuko goods to Russia and try to help
tho cooperatives to organUo barter and
trade, what, It Is asked, would bo tho
futo of thosO goods? What would be
tho guaranlco ngalnst requisition In a
country which does not recognize private
piopcrty?. Would not those goods havo
to be put under tho protection of somo
International armed force?
END 6F BLOCKADE
Only Way to Combat Bol
shevism, He Says.
Manchester, England, Jan, 30, In
Iho courso of an interview with the'
Manchester OwsrtUan Alexander Keren
sky, former Premier of Russia, mid ho
lind seen tho declaration of tho Urltlsh
labor leadera demanding Immediate
poaco with Soviet Russia, and that ho
considered It 'very serloUH and1 sympto
matlc, partlcuTarly as It ctine from men
who nobody could suspect of sympathy
As regarding his own attltudo nnd
that of his political friends toward tho
llolshevlk government In Russia Keren-
RKy mill thoro hnd been no changa In
It, and that thoy would continue to
combat Bolahovlsm In tho ntuno ot do
mocracy and of the working classes, and
inni no ueuevea tney. would bo success
ful If tho allied Governments would not
Interfere. Ho thought thoso Govern
ments had been playing Into tho hands
of tho Bolshevlkl for two yeare.
Kercnsky described tho .blockade of
Russia as a crime and declarod If It
wero continued longer It would drlvo
tho peoplo to desperation with appalling
consequences. Ho expressed tho opin
ion that the only possible policy was to
rnlso tho blockade Immediately, and tho
only chance of enabling the people of
Russia to rid themselves of Bolshevism
and establish a freo and democratic
regime was to throw Russia open, to
reestablish freo relations with tho rest
of tho world, na tha effect of enclosing
her was that the Russian peoplo wero
cut oft from all Informatlcn except that
supplied them by the Bolshevlkl.
BORAH LEADS FIGHT
ON AIR SERVICE BILL
Reminds Republicans of
Washington, Jan. 30. Tho new bill
to create a separate department of the
nlr encountered further vigorous oppo
sition in the Senate to-day, Senator
Borah (Idaho) leading the attack
agatnst the measure on th ground of
extravagance. Urging Its passage, Sen
ator Wadsworth (N. Y.), chairman of
tho Military Committee, asserted that
the next great war involving this coun
try would be ushered In with an air bat
tle off tho coast and warned the Senate
to prepare against that day.
Opposition to tho bill so far as It
wpuld separata tho army air service
from Its status as an Integral part of
tho army also was expressed In a letter
from Oen. Pershing, made public during
tha day by Representative Fisher
In his nttack on the bill Senator
Borah took occasion to warn his Repub
lican colleagues that the party's "spoclal
promise" of economy at the last election
was not being carried out In Congress.
He also referred to the Committee on
Platform and Policies appointed recent
ly by Chairman Hays of the Republican
National Committee, as a committee "of
15" varieties." adding that "tha gifted
gentlemen" yrho composed It "cannot
convince the people against tho record
being mado here."
TO LEAVE SCHLESWIG
Burgomaster to Vacate Ple
RISE IN BREAD PRICE
Strike of Butchers May Add
to Cost of 'Meat.
Special Cable Detpatcli to Tnn Snx.
Copyright. 1K0, all fichu riienid,
Paris, Jan. 30. Paris still Is agitated
over the conditions which menace Its
supply of meat and bread. Promised
relief In the threatened increaso In the
cost of bread h&s been counterbalanced
by a strike of the butchers In the
slaughter houses In sympathy with a
strike of tho margarine makers.
it was arranged that the Increase in
tho prlco of bread should bo effective
February 1. Now It 1? announccJrthnt
tho date would be postponed to allow
consideration by tho Ministry of Clauses
for the protection of the poor with large
families. There Is every prospect that
whllo the measure Is regarded as In
evitable tho unpopularity of a sudden
rise in the price of bread In the middle
Ot winter will Cause the new Ministry to
wait until spring weather relieves the
population of the extra expense ot heat
ing and lighting and tho first vegetables
will be easily obtainable.
MiLORD S TAYLOR opened
their Store at 47 Catherine treet
H Jbe JlNMIVEngJny of this
occasion will be celebrated
beginning next cMondqp, with the
most timely sale of season'
able merchandise in all the
hijlorie of the Store
1 Full details will appeare in
the Newspapers Tomorrow
e. Lord & Taylor
JQtti Street rlrTnAVfcNUE 39th5trcct
Flensbero, SchlesWIg, Jan. 30. The
International Commission for tho tSchles
wlg pleblsclto area has requested Herr
Todsend, the Burgomaster under tho
German regime, to quit tho pleblsclto
region by 6 P. M. on Saturday.
Berlin, Jan. 30. Charges that Danes
aro using Rifts ot bacon, sausage, but
ter and clothing In connection with the
campaign preliminary to tho Schlcswlg'
plebiscite aro made ty tho correrponaent
ot tho Tagcblatt. Ho bays several Ger
mans who hav recently announced they
would vote In fnvor of Danish occupation
have been dubbed "bacon Danes" by
The rato of exchange enables tho
Danes to conduct a lavish propaganda,
tho correspondent says, nnd they aro
buying much real estate In tho city of
Flonsburg, whero they now own thrco
newspapers. Tho correspondent, never
theless, predicts tho resdlt will favor
Germany, "If nil those ellglblo to vote
report on election day."
GETS HIS FREEDOM
Released as Result of Anglo-
Grandson of Lato J. r. Morgan
Defends Course nnd Hopes
His Tarcnts Will Bolont.
MET HTS FATE IN PAWS
Lieutenant Going Into Civil
Lifo Soon and Is Suro Ho
' Will Win Success.
London, Jan. 30. Gen. Nicholas
Yudenltch, commander ot the Russian
northwest army, whose arrest was re-
purled here yesterday in ndvices irom
Reval, Is said In seml-otuclal quarters to
have been released ns a result of pres
sure exerted by French and Brltlsli au
thorities there. Everything Is reported
The arrest of Yuaenltch by Gen.
BalakovUch, a former ofllcer ot the
northwestern army, was a personal affair
growing out of Balakovltch's animosity
toward IiIb old chief, according to dip
lomatic ndvices received to-day. Balako
vUch has no official status tind Is merely
a member of the recently disbanded
northwestern army. Ho Is said to b4 a
Russian adventurer 'who formerly served
In the Bolshevik army.
V. S. to liny Supply Bnien,
Washington, Jan. 30. The Senate
Military Committee to-day decided to
recommend purchase of land to acquire
full ownership by the Government of
the supply bases at New Orleans, Brook
lyn, and Norfolk.
Special Detpaleh to Tim Sex.
Boston, Jan. 30. Lieut Laurens Mor
gan Hamilton, grandson of the lata J.
Plerpont (Morgan, Is In hiding and en
deavoring to avoid publicity following
hs secret marriage to Mrs. Gertrude W.
Warren, tho Now York and Paris widow.
Rooms had been reserved for tho.
brida nnd bridegroom at tho Hotel Som
erset. They did not stay at the hotel,
however, and, while It was reported at
first they were In search of ft kltchenetto
apartment In the suburbs It was learned
to-night that Lieut. Hamilton and his
bride left Boston this evening for nn
unannounced destination, presumably the
Although Lieut. Hamilton still Is nt
tachoiV to the headquarters staff of the
Northeastern Department here ho has
obtnlncd a long leave of absence.
"There would not b.o any uso In get
ting inarrlad nt all If a man could not pick
out tho woman he wanted," said Ham
ilton to-lay In defending his marrlngo to
1 rs. Warren, who, ho said, he met In Paris
while he was serving under urig.-uen.
Harts. Ho declared ho had made good
In tho nrnty and U that he could surely
make a success In civil life In the event
that his p.irents persist In their disap
proval ot his marriage.
"After wo met In Paris," said
Lieut. Hamilton, "our romance was con
tinued In this country. I knew that my
parents would objoct to any mnrrlago
.hat I mado nt the present time, alleging
my age ns an excuse.
"But I have had much cxperlenco
with tho world and my military training
was a splendid education. I havo had
tho highest praise from all the officers
I have Berved under. So I must have
"If n man doeB not chooso his own
mate, what Is tho uso of getting mar
ried? I believe that my parents 'will
be reconciled to my choice when they
know more of my wife. Of course one
feels tho coldness of parents and
especially tho mother, but I hope this
will soon pass nwny.
"Wo- were marfled In Portsmouth, N.
H.. when I took up my duties with Gen.
Hilwunls. I expect, to return soon to
civil life. This Is entirely my own af
fair. I know what I have done and
nny man who had my experience would
have done likewise."
Mrs. Hamilton, who It said lo bo ten
years the senior of her husband, wns
formerly the wife of Gregory Warren, a
prominent New Yorker, who died two
years agj. She tool; up war work In
Uurupo and wns a passenger on the
steumshlp Sussex which was torpedoed
on tho French coast. She Is nn Ameri
can and was born In Kentucky.
Tnrn Donn Ilrnneh Unnk 1)111.
Washington, Jan. 30. By a vote ot
7 to 3 the House Banking Committee to
day decided against n favorable report
on a Senate bill authorizing national
banks having surplus and capital of Jl.
000,000 or moro to establish branch
Girl Mnle Student EnAu 1,1 fe.
Lulu Jones, 27, who came here from
a Email Mississippi town to study music.
was found. In a top floor hall bedroom
yesterday at 453 West H4th street
dead from self Inflicted knife wounds at
her wrists and throat A friend said
she had been 111 for several days and
hart become despondent.
U. S. CANNOT HIRE BRONX GRAND JURY
GUARpS FOR LIQUOR i FLA YS JUDGE GIBBS
Tell Him to Apologize for
Criticisms of Martin.
Legislation Needed to Appro
priate Money Necessary.
Special Despatch to Tni Sex,
WABiiiNOTQN. Jan, 30, No money enn
bo appropriated dlroctly for tho guard
ing by tho Government of tho largo
stocks of llnuor still remaining In tho
country until further prohibition legisla
tion Is ennctcd, according in a rumig
mado In tho House to-d .y by Repre
sentative Tlhon (Conn.), acting ns
chairman of tho Commlttco of the Wholn
during tho consideration of an additional
appropriation of si, ooo.ooo for tuo cn-i
forccnient of prohibition.
On a point of order mado by Repro
sentatlvo Galllvan (Mass.), and bus
talncd by Mr. Tllson, tho appropriation
wnA stricken from tho deficiency bill
bodauso the section provided that tho
sum was lo bo used for guarding liquor
in bonded warenouses, Mr. uaiuvan
charged that tho natlonnl prohibition
net mado no mention of guarding this
liquor, and thereforo Congress could not
npproprlato money for action on tho
part of the enforcement authorities that
had not been authorized.
Tho drys promptly marshaled their
forces and reinserted an appropriation
of $1,000,000 providing only for tho en
forcement of tho national prohibition
act, Whether enforcement of tho net
can bo construed to mean guarding the
liquor probably will be left to tho In
terpretation of tho trndc. Plans wero
to add 2,000 guards to tho present forco
of 400, so that the stocks at about 800
warehouses may bo protected.
Debate on tho provision revealed that
In present conditions prohibition will
be an expensive luxury.
PARIS CELEBRATES LEAGUE.
I.con IlonrKtoU Snys AH Are AVnlt
1 HFC tor V. S. to Join.
Pauis, Jan. 30. A publlo celebration
of tho organization of tho League ot
Nations was held to-day In the Scrbonno,
presided over by President Polncare.
Recounting tho development ot tho Idea
carried out by the league M. Leon Bour
geois, who was the French member of
the commission which drafted the
League it Nations covennnt, said:
"President Wllson.by his messages nnd
his personal efforts, offered the means of
realizing this ideal In a groat Interna
tional convention. Whatever defects
thero may be in It the pact of April 28.
1919, has sealed between the free peo
pies a solemn agreement for tho union
of all for the safety and Independence
M. Bourgeois mado a rcferenco to the
first meeting of the league on January
10, where, he said, there wero found
missing only the representatives of the
United States of America, "for tho ad
herence of which In tho near future we
are all waiting and hoping.'''
VOTE OF CONFIDENCE
FOR FRENCH CABINET
Ballot SIO to 70, None Ab
staining. Paris. Jan. 30. The Cabinet ot Pre
mier Mlllerand was given a voto of
confidence in the Chamber of Deputies
to-day at a session attended by virtually
all the members. Tho vote was 510 In
favor of tho ministry to 70 against It.
and with no abstentions from voting.
The Premier threw down the gauntlet
to tho' Opposition In replying to Inter
pellations on the general policy of the
Cabinet "If the Chamber," said tho
PPremler, "has thought for a moment
that I would deprive myself of the ser
vices of any of tho men whom I have
chosen It has been hidly mistaken and
does not know me. The Chamber must
decide Immediately whether or not the
G overnment has Its confidence, In order
that wo may get to work."
Hoover Petition In Michigan.
Lansing, Mich., Jan. 30. Petitions to
place th name of Herbert Hoover on
the Democratic ballot at the Presiden
tial preference primary April 5 were re
ceived by tho Secretary of State this
morning. Tho petitions lacked the re
quired 100 signatures, but It was indi
cated additional signatures would fol
Store Hours 9:30 A. M. to 6 P. M.
There are several good rea
sons why now is a particularly
good time to buy a new over
First, the one you are wear
ing' is doubtless beginning to
show signs of age.
Second, a good coat is impera
tive in the rough weather we
always have in February and
Third, a purchase now will
start you off next Winter with
your coat problem solved.
Fourth, a coat bought now is
sure to prove a good invest
Our January Sale affords an opportunity of securing
finely tailored overcoats at a very moderate price.
Judge Louis D. Glbbn of tho Bronx
County Court Invited District Attorney
Krancls Martin yesterday to lny before
Gov. Alfred K. Hmlth all the records
In their controversy over tho ncqulttal
of John Morris, a former Bronx patrol
man, on a charge of burglary, The
challenge was Issued after tho Bronx
Country Grand Jury had handed up
to Supreme Court Justice Delehanty a
presentment censuring Judge Olbbs nnd
demanding a public apology to dispel
tho odor of his uccunntlons that dur
ing Morris's trial tho District Attorney
hnd coerced nnd Intimidated witnesses,
Ah quoted III tho presentment Judge
Glhlis's .statement was that thero had
been developments nt tho trial that
wero a "disgrace nnd a reproach to
tho enforcement of law nnd order," nnd
that "witnesses havo been Intimidated,
coerced and kept more or less under
confinement for eight, nlno or ten
hours." He nlso charged perjury had
Tho Grand Jury examined Judge
Glbbs for two hours on Thursdny, Tho
presentment says that In addition to
Judge Glbbs nil tho witnesses In tho
Morris cueo wero heard, and tho record
of tho trial reviewed. It continues:
"Thore Is no evldcnco anywhere In the
record of nny coercion, Intimidation or
sweating, of witnesses. Wo further find
that not one Witness In the enso was' In
timidated, coerced or sweated. Wo also
dcslro to state that nothing which Judge
Glbbs testified to In nny way substan
tiated his charges. So far ns tho charges
that perjury had been committed nnd As
to tho sourco of perjury, we find that
tho only perjury committed by the peo
ple's witnesses was committed In the
Magistrate's Court, nnd that tills perjury
was suborned by John Morris, the de
fendant, who bribed these witnesses In
order to have them testify falsely. It
appeared from tho record that Morris,
when testifying In his oVn dofensc, ad
mitted paying money to David Relder
and Louis Rousseau."
TEN WOMEN HURT IN
"BOB" RACE TRYOUT
Sled on Huntington Track
Swerves and Hits Tree.
Ten of tho twenty women riders on n
racing bobsled that was being tried out
yesterdny afternoon In a practice run
Just before the start of tho big mid
winter contest nt Huntington, L. I., were
Injured when the "bob" crashed Into a
treo nnd overturned. Mrs. Charles P.
Romano, tho most seriously hurt, may
lose tho sight of her right eye, physi
cians said. The others suffered cuts and
Tho wrecked sled was tho Greyhound.
Thomas Haggerty, tho owner, had
started from the hilltop nnd with the
heavy load tho "bob" sped to the bot
tom and then swerved sharply to the
side of the road. When It hit the tree
Hnggorty and the women were thrown
In every direction. .
First prize for dlstanco nnd time ycnt
to "19.11," owned by Zeb Wilson of Bay
vllle. "The winner covered 3,218 feet In
a fraction over forty-eight seconds.
Second prize went to "Tarantula," n
TESCHEN CEDED TO CZECHS.
I'olnnd Iteeelre Aililltlonnl
Lands ns Heirnrd.
Wasiiinqton, Jan. 30. Ceyslorf of
Tesehen to Czecho-Slovakla by tho Poles
without a plebiscite, In return for Vhlch
Poland will be rewarded by the allied
Powers turning over some lands east of
tho Polish boundaries, was announced
In n cablegram received hero to-day
by tho Czecho-Slovak Information Bu-reau:
New Ory Docking Ilfoord Set.
A port record was made by the Morse
Dry Dock and Repair Company yester
day when tin Amerlcnn liner New Yorlf
was moved Into the Morse dock nnd
lifted In eighteen minutes actual ipump.
Ing time, which Is, the fastest dry dock
Inu In port a mini. Tho Minnesota, a
ship of 30,000 cargo tons, van lifted
last week nt tho Morso ynrds In twenty
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Of imported and domestic tweeds
and English Shetlands tailored
to assure smart lines and effect.
English and domestic sweaters,
Wool Mufflers, Skating Toques,
Golf Hose, and Warm Gloves to
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Zion's World Message
Hon. Nathan Straus
Hon. Julian W. Mack
Dr. Stephen S. Wise
Hon. Newton D. Biker
Hon. James M.BecIc
Hon. Louis D. Brandeis
Hon. William Jennings Bryan
Right Rev. Charles S. Burch
Dr. Nicholas Murray Butler
Hon. Arthur Capper
Hon. Benjamin N. Cardoio
Dr. Charles W.Eliot
Hon. Abram I.EIkus
Mrs. Joseph Fell
Dr. Harry Friedenwald
Hon. Harry A. Garfield
James Cardinal Gibbons
Dr. G.Stanley Hall
Hon. Frank 0. Lowden
Rev. Dr. Frederick Lynch
Hon. Julius M.Mayer
Hon. William G. McAdoo
William Fellowes Morgan
Peter J. Schweitzer
Hon. Alfred E. Smith
Rev. Dr. Henry van Dyke
Right Rtv. Luther B.Wilson
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The inspiring realities for
which 'this symbol stands
are the fulfillment of an
ancient Promise and the
restoration of a national
soul to the sacred land which gave it birth.
Out of age-old, yet ever-living substance Zion
is rebuilding. The racial and spiritual longing
of Israel, never subdued through dispersion and
persecution, is the secure foundation. The en
during trust of a people, ever faithful to the
Promise, forms the staunch structure of the new
Temple. Their hopes and their ideals are its
arches and its traceries.
Not alL the Jews will return to Palestine, but
there the best of the inspired ideals, the in
tellectual conceptions and the material achieve
ments of the Jews who have won distinction in
every land through all the centuries, will once
more find a center from which may radiate new
zeal and inspiration as of old.
The Restoration of Palestine marks the
renaissance of a rople and more. It rededi
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Palestine the Old gave richly to all tlie world
in the years that lie behind.
Palestine the New, inspired by the spirit of
the old, and enriched by centuries of contact
with all mankind, holds new promise for us all.
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rierted oter thirty or forty centuries, to Klto us a ne-Intellectual life, a new In
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and oi "iteriwre." Viscount James llryce. former Jlrltish Ambassador to the
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